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Paul Nehlen sets out to challenge Rep. Paul Ryan
Paul Nehlen sets out to challenge Rep. Paul Ryan
Paul Nehlen started a series of town hall meetings Thursday night in the town of Delavan. He faces a daunting challenge, to defeat Rep. Paul Ryan.
Whitewater woman works to educate people about impacts of proposed Medicaid cuts
Whitewater woman works to educate people about impacts of proposed Medicaid cuts
Miss Wheelchair Wisconsin USA wants to educate people about how changes to Medicaid could affect recipients.
Miracle dog: Canine's story resonates with many
Miracle dog: Canine's story resonates with many
A 3-year-old golden retriever brings hope and comfort to people in Rock County.
Mercyhealth moves Janesville mental health facility to accommodate more kids
Since opening in 2006, the Mercyhealth Child and Adolescent Day Treatment Program has served 928 patients ages 5-17. The program recently moved into a larger facility.
Where to find options for more affordable prescription drugs
There is no governing body that regulates pricing on prescription drugs, putting that decision in the hands of pharmaceutical companies, according to Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs for Less.
Dietician offers advice for staying healthy at farmers markets
Dietician offers advice for staying healthy at farmers markets
The Janesville Farmers Market will host a Wellness Day from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 8. Health care professionals will be available to answer questions.
Groups in Rock County hope access to trails will lower obesity rates
Groups in Rock County hope access to trails will lower obesity rates
It isn't easy to walk and eat at the same time. That's why Dr. David Murdy, a weight management specialist at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital in Janesville, believes local trails may be key to weight loss.
Veterans Administration holds first-ever meeting for vets in Janesville area
Veterans Administration officials from Madison held a listening session for local veterans Thursday at Blackhawk Technical College.
St. Mary's staff rocks, rolls and pedals for heart health
St. Mary's staff rocks, rolls and pedals for heart health
Eight hospital employees took turns riding a bicycle-powered blender to make smoothies and raise money for their Bert Blain Memorial Heart Walk team, benefiting the American Heart Association.
'An act of God': Police officer uses Narcan to revive overdose victim 13 hours after department gets first supply
Thirteen hours after the Town of East Troy Police Department received its first supply of Narcan, the medicine that can reverse an opioid overdose saved a man's life.